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Go up, go out: which extension type is right for you?

Go up, go out: which extension type is right for you?

Lots of us need more space or want to maximise what we already have. Potential savings from a mortgage switch, combined with additional funds could be the way to create a dream layout   Sponsored by Ulster Bank   For many of us, space has…
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Barnhall Meadows – A chance to live in a ‘Wonderful Place’

Barnhall Meadows – A chance to live in a ‘Wonderful Place’

The Wonderful Barn in Leixlip, Co Kildare, provides the perfect backdrop to the stunning Barnhall Meadows development by Glenveagh Homes. Situated on the edge of Castletown House estate, formerly belonging to the Conolly family, the corkscrew-shaped building – which was built in 1743 – sits…
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Housing market showing resilience in the face of Covid-19

Housing market showing resilience in the face of Covid-19

The housing market has not been severely impacted by Covid-19 and has outperformed expectations, according to a new report from Goodbody. Its latest BER Housebuilding Tracker - which it calculates using data from Building Energy Regulation certificates - estimates that 5,500 units were completed in…
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Cosy and colourful: this Wicklow cottage is a décor delight

Cosy and colourful: this Wicklow cottage is a décor delight

Switching your mortgage could offer you the opportunity to create your perfect space. For designer Emma Edmonds, doing the work herself is all part of the charm   Sponsored by Ulster Bank   In part eight of our Switch it Up series, we discover the…
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How to get a warm, energy-efficient home now and into the future

How to get a warm, energy-efficient home now and into the future

Improving your BER rating is a great way to reduce bills. Potential savings from switching your mortgage along with access to grants could be the way to create your own cosy home   Sponsored by Ulster Bank   This winter our homes will be our…
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Residential property prices down 0.6% in the year to August

Residential property prices down 0.6% in the year to August

Residential property prices decreased by 0.6% nationally in the year to August, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This compares to a decrease of 0.6% in the year to July and an increase of 1.9% in the twelve months to…
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